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TCS Technologies at Work on New Retread Software

Cookeville, Tenn.-based software firm TCS Technologies is developing a new software package for retreaders.

The software and technology provider has partnered with Gary Ingber and Tim Loden, founders of Open Road Technologies, to “bring to market a complete retread software solution for today’s retreaders,” the company claimed.

Many independent retreading companies already recognize the value of this partnership and have committed themselves to the TCS retreading software solution.” The company further claimed.

The retread package, TCS said, will offered as a stand-alone application or fully integrated within TCS’s Tire Core software.

“In adding Tim and Gary’s experience and proven record of success, TCS is bringing to market the elite level software solution for independent retreaders,” said Barry Reese, president of TCS. “The end result of being able to package this retread software with our complete business management solution will be the best scenario imaginable for independent retread facilities looking for an advanced and updated system.”

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